We Need Strong Families For The Future Of Humanity
American men are looking for wives and women who want to share a happy family life together. Russian women are looking for a man who wants to be a husband and father.
The fact that they need to travel half way around the world to meet each other is now possible as the world shrinks in size.
This goal is a noble one and it is intricately involved in the future of human society. In order to leave a legacy for the future of humanity, we need strong families.
Every successful civilization throughout history has had at its roots a strong family unit.
Today, in America, the nuclear family represents only about twenty percent of households according to the latest census reports. Forty years ago, nuclear families represented eighty percent of American society.
These trends are similar in Western Europe and Japan, although they still lag behind America in this regard.
The trend is clear. Unless something is done to stop this trend, the nuclear family, with a father, a mother, and children, is headed toward extinction in the most advanced economic nations of the world.
Consider that similar trends are taking place in CIS countries, with the overall population declining by one percent each year.
The Family In Crisis:
The AIDS epidemic and civil wars are destroying families in Africa. The looming specter of human cloning, artificial gene selection, and test tube baby farms brings to mind the horrific images of Aldus Huxley’s “Brave New World.”
The future of the family is being held in the balance. And the future of humanity is being held in the balance along with it.
Each new family that is brought together is one step closer to rectifying the problem. This is the hope and future of modern civilization. And we need to encourage it.
Families are where values and social skills are learned. Families form the basic economic unit that provides support, structure, and nourishment for young children who need more incubation than ever before to develop the skills necessary for surviving in the modern world.
Families are also where love and all of the nobler virtues of humanity are learned. They are learned by experience, not out of textbook. Test tube baby farms can provide physical nourishment, but they cannot provide the love and emotional support that a pair of loving parents can provide.
For the benefit of future generations, we need to support any cause or movement that nurtures and multiplies family life.
About the Author: John has been successfully married to a Belarussian wife for over five years. He has traveled extensively through Russia and other CIS countries. He will tell you why you should consider Russian women, how to meet them, how to bring your special woman home, and how to survive married life.